As well all know, Alopecia is a condition that results in hair loss in some areas or all areas of the human body. This condition will usually result in bald spots the size of a coin on the scalp. Stress one factor that causes Alopecia; family history has also been found to cause the condition. If one of the identical twins suffer from this condition, there is more than a fifty percent chance that the other twin will suffer from Alopecia. 
The condition has no known cure. Many people who suffer from Alopecia will usually have tried all methods believed to cure the condition. Efforts can be made to try and stimulate hair regrowth, sometimes the effort can work, and the hair can grow back. In other cases, the condition does not improve that is why some have suggested using acupuncture to help. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at this. 
Acupuncture for Hair Loss Treatment 
Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medical practice that is has been used for a long time for the treatment of some medical conditions that include nausea, insomnia, and even back pain. Acupuncture is based on Qi; the Chinese believe that qi is the life energy found in every living thing. The Chinese believe that qi flows through the human body following particular paths / ways. 
 
The easiest way to understand this concept is to imagine that the use qi follows a philosophical circulatory system in the human body. The Chinese believe that the QI circulatory system also becomes blocked just as the blood circulatory system can become blocked. When it becomes blocked, this can result in illness or aliments. 
 
When you go for an acupuncture treatment session, the certified practitioner will insert needles in designated points on your body. They will usually insert these needles in areas that are known to treat the symptoms that you are experiencing. The needles should stimulate areas in your body that are nerve-rich. This will usually include your glands and skin as well. In this case, the practitioner will put the needles around your head and neck to try and stimulate the user's hair follicles. 
 
Benefits of Acupuncture for Hair Loss Treatment 
There are two ways acupuncture can be used to treat hair loss. Acupuncture can reduce hair follicle inflammation. When the hair follicle becomes inflamed, it prevents hair from being able to grow. When a patient goes for an acupuncture session, the flow of blood in the head and scalp results in the creation of a healthy environment where hair can grow. 
 
The Chinese believe that good blood flow is important for hair growth. When you do not have good blood flow in your scalp, this reduce your scalps’ ability to grow hair thus resulting in potential hair loss. Acupuncture increases blood flow in your scalp which allows for your hair follicle to get the nutrients it needs to stimulate hair growth. 
 
Conclusion 
If you find hair falling off due to stress or a hereditary condition you should explore acupuncture. It is natural method used to treat Alopecia. It is very cost efficient and has been shown to be very effective when used to treat hair loss. 
 
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